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. puffer fish for chris christie. as you point out the romney campaign had serious concerns with chris christie's background. one of the reasons they didn't pick him. were you surprised christie has gotten such a big part of the buzz surrounding this book particularly as he heads to the polls tomorrow or folks head to the polls to potentially vote for him? >> look, he's a big exciting figure in american politics. there aren't many people like him. he's on his way tomorrow to be re-elected by a resounding margin. the fact there's focus isn't a surprise to either of us. what we found reporting the story, mitt romney's consideration of governor christie. what we found surprising was first of all he considered him and then rejected him because he thought there were too many aspects of his past which had been looked out a little in new jersey, in context of the politics there. governor romney said, look, in the national race everything is different. it will get a lot of scrutiny. he didn't want the distraction sarah palin caused when she was selected by john mccain. he rejected governor chr
it on governor christie and governor cuomo. unfortunately there's so much they can't do at this point until they find out how the process works best for them. andrea. >> katy, the politicians were all out in force today. you've got mike bloomberg going around on staten island, governor christie has 10 stops today. governor cuomo, laguardia, the subway station. are they going to take the heat or are they getting points for being engaged? >> it's a mixed bag. some people are saying the governors did a great job. in new york and some areas, new york city especially was able to roll out a lot of help from its own coffers and get people on their feet while it waited for a repayment. that didn't happen in new jersey. you have a lot of people angry especially in staten island where people want to rebuild and they can't seem to get the money to do so. so it depends on who you're speaking to. a lot of people say christie's fault, bloomberg, cuomo's fault. you find others who the process works for. it depends on who you talk to. the recovery is uneven pref katy tur, thank you. you've been there since
some very good things. chris christie has certainly stepped up to the plate. the houses and community faith-based organizations that have been excluded in very large measure from getting any kind of fema help, they can get it from the sba or others, it's far less. saint rose in belmar, the building itself is a community action oriented building where they help the poor and homeless, all kinds of great work. they have been told you're not going to get it. the upper floors not affected by sandy are used by other things. that's a discriminatory policy. >> this past the hour, blocked in the senate. >> nonprofit disaster assistance passed 354-72, absolutely bipartisan, liberal, mod ral, conservative, everybody joining in and saying it's discriminatory. >> does not violate church and state. >> sba would be equally violative of separation of church and state. you know, when you have a hurricane or natural disaster or home mid one like oklahoma city. in oklahoma city churches were repaired. damage is damage. when something happens there's a neutral basis applied and that's the key phrase. if
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